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Court judgment order not paid by business. What next?

I received a court judgment over 30 days ago against a local company. They have not paid nor do they appear to want to pay. I am in Ohio. Ohio Rev Code states I can now request the court for a judgment lien and/or request the court to order the debtor to list their assets. If they fail, they will be in contempt of court.


One question is, once I have the court judgment lien, can I boot one of their company trucks and/or have it towed to a holding lot until the judgment is satisfied? Any other suggestions would be appreciated.  I am the creditor. I also know I can place a lien on their property, but I do not believe that would force them to pay.  Thanks.


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